A public-private partnership focused on making Georgia the East Coast’s tech capital by increasing opportunities and infrastructure has awarded its first grant.

The partnership came together under Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan’s guidance this year. Its stated goal is to increase opportunities in the tech industry for rural, minority or under-represented Georgians. The metro Atlanta region already has become a top ten U.S. tech hub, according to many.

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